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When Congress established the National Park Foundation in 1967, it empowered the Secretary of the Interior to make all appointments to the Foundation’s board. Throughout our 50-year history, we have had board members from different parts of the country, different ages, genders, and races, and with different areas of expertise and perspectives. What brings them together is their shared commitment to our national parks.
The National Park Foundation board’s specific purpose is to raise and invest funds to support our national parks. As such, the National Park Foundation and its board are not involved in matters of public policy nor National Park Service regulations. To learn more about our current members, you can visit our Board of Directors page.
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